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Risk AssessmentRisk Assessment
BYBY
Dr. Mona AbosereaDr. Mona Aboserea
Professor of Public Health &Professor of Public Hea...
Why Do We Study It?Why Do We Study It?
What we must learn?What we must learn?
The aim of risk assessment is to provideThe aim of risk assessment is to provide
preventive measures. So, we need:preventi...
Relative risk (RR)
Used only in :-Used only in :-
-Cohort studies-Cohort studies
-Experimental studies-Experimental studie...
Study Prevalence rateStudy Prevalence rate
Useful for assessing theUseful for assessing the burden of diseaseburden of dis...
Incidence rate=Incidence rate=
no. of new cases over a specific period of time X constantno. of new cases over a specific ...
Prevalence and Incidence
= prevalent cases = incident cases = deaths or recoveries
Prevalence is a function of the incidence of diseasePrevalence is a function of the incidence of disease
and the duration ...
Interpreting Relative Risk:Interpreting Relative Risk:
1-if RR1-if RR=1=1 {Risk in exposed equal to{Risk in exposed equal ...
Another measureAnother measure Used only in:Used only in:
-Cohort studies-Cohort studies
-Experimental studies-Experimenta...
Attributable risk in the exposedAttributable risk in the exposed
(AR(ARexpexp))
Unexposed Exposed
Incidence(per1,000)
ARexp
Attributable riskAttributable risk is usefulis useful
for Public Health guidelinesfor Public Health guidelines
and plannin...
Example:- a cohort of 200 workers wasExample:- a cohort of 200 workers was
followed for ten years to study thefollowed for...
The incidence of cancer amongThe incidence of cancer among
smokers=smokers= 35/10035/100
The incidence of cancer among non...
Odds ratio (OR)Odds ratio (OR)
used mainly in:-used mainly in:-
-Case-control studies-Case-control studies
-Comparative cr...
1616
Cases Control Total
Exposure a(diseased) b(not
diseased)
A+b
No
exposure
c(diseased) d(not
diseased)
C+d
a+c b+d A+b+...
1717
Past
sugery
Cases
HCV+VE
Control
HCV -VE
Total
YES 30 20 50
No 70 180 250
100 200 300
EXAMPLE
CALCULATE: OR= ad/bc
1818
Answer
OR=30X180 / 20X70=3.6OR=30X180 / 20X70=3.6
1919
Interpret ????Interpret ????
Exercise1:Exercise1:
In a case control study to investigate the associationIn a case control study to investigate the asso...
Exercise 2:Exercise 2:
In a case control study to investigate the associationIn a case control study to investigate the as...
Exercise 3:-Exercise 3:-
In a cohort study to test major ECG abnormalitiesIn a cohort study to test major ECG abnormalitie...
Exercise 4:-Exercise 4:-
In a case-control study to test the exposure toIn a case-control study to test the exposure to
io...
Exercise 5:Exercise 5:
A cohort study was doneA cohort study was done
to prove associationto prove association
between zin...
Exercise 6:Exercise 6:
In a case control study toIn a case control study to
find relation betweenfind relation between
hyp...
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  1. 1. Risk AssessmentRisk Assessment BYBY Dr. Mona AbosereaDr. Mona Aboserea Professor of Public Health &Professor of Public Health & Preventive MedicinePreventive Medicine 2017-20182017-2018
  2. 2. Why Do We Study It?Why Do We Study It? What we must learn?What we must learn?
  3. 3. The aim of risk assessment is to provideThe aim of risk assessment is to provide preventive measures. So, we need:preventive measures. So, we need: ToTo measure degree of associationmeasure degree of association between certain risk factor and thebetween certain risk factor and the occurrence of a disease.occurrence of a disease. AndAnd To quantify this risk.To quantify this risk.
  4. 4. Relative risk (RR) Used only in :-Used only in :- -Cohort studies-Cohort studies -Experimental studies-Experimental studies RR=RR= Incidence of disease in exposed groupIncidence of disease in exposed group Incidence of disease in non-exposed groupIncidence of disease in non-exposed group For Quantifying Risk:For Quantifying Risk:
  5. 5. Study Prevalence rateStudy Prevalence rate Useful for assessing theUseful for assessing the burden of diseaseburden of disease within a populationwithin a population Valuable forValuable for planning & follow upplanning & follow up Prevalence rate=Prevalence rate= No of cases (old & new)No of cases (old & new) -------------------------------------------- X Constant-------------------------------------------- X Constant No examined in the same time & placeNo examined in the same time & place 100 1000 10000 100000
  6. 6. Incidence rate=Incidence rate= no. of new cases over a specific period of time X constantno. of new cases over a specific period of time X constant -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- no. of persons at risk of disease over that specific period ofno. of persons at risk of disease over that specific period of timetime Study Incidence rateStudy Incidence rate
  7. 7. Prevalence and Incidence = prevalent cases = incident cases = deaths or recoveries
  8. 8. Prevalence is a function of the incidence of diseasePrevalence is a function of the incidence of disease and the duration of diseaseand the duration of disease Prevalence=incidence X durationPrevalence=incidence X duration Prevalence and Incidence
  9. 9. Interpreting Relative Risk:Interpreting Relative Risk: 1-if RR1-if RR=1=1 {Risk in exposed equal to{Risk in exposed equal to risk in non-exposed (no association)}risk in non-exposed (no association)} 2-if RR>1 {Risk in exposed greater than risk in non-exposed (+ve association; possibly causal)} 3-if RR<1 {Risk in exposed less than risk in non-exposed (-ve association; possibly protective)}
  10. 10. Another measureAnother measure Used only in:Used only in: -Cohort studies-Cohort studies -Experimental studies-Experimental studies is theis the Attributable Risk (AR) or riskAttributable Risk (AR) or risk differencedifference, which gives an idea about the, which gives an idea about the excess risk due to specific factor.due to specific factor. AR=AR= incidence among exposed-incidence among exposed- incidence among non-exposedincidence among non-exposed..
  11. 11. Attributable risk in the exposedAttributable risk in the exposed (AR(ARexpexp)) Unexposed Exposed Incidence(per1,000) ARexp
  12. 12. Attributable riskAttributable risk is usefulis useful for Public Health guidelinesfor Public Health guidelines and planningand planning 1212
  13. 13. Example:- a cohort of 200 workers wasExample:- a cohort of 200 workers was followed for ten years to study thefollowed for ten years to study the association between smoking andassociation between smoking and cancer lungcancer lung :: Cancer lung Yes No Total Smokers 35 65 100 Non smokers 5 95 100 Total 40 160 200
  14. 14. The incidence of cancer amongThe incidence of cancer among smokers=smokers= 35/10035/100 The incidence of cancer among non-The incidence of cancer among non- smokers=smokers= 5/1005/100 RR= 0.35/0.05=7RR= 0.35/0.05=7 meaningmeaning thatthat smokers are at risk of cancer lungsmokers are at risk of cancer lung 7 times more than non-smokers.7 times more than non-smokers. ARAR== 0.35-0.05=0.30.35-0.05=0.3 meaning thatmeaning that smoking increase risk of cancer lungsmoking increase risk of cancer lung byby 0.30.3 ((30%30%).).
  15. 15. Odds ratio (OR)Odds ratio (OR) used mainly in:-used mainly in:- -Case-control studies-Case-control studies -Comparative cross sectional studies-Comparative cross sectional studies OR==Odds of exposure among exposedOdds of exposure among exposed Odds of exposure among non-exposedOdds of exposure among non-exposed Odds Ratio (OR) =Odds Ratio (OR) = No. of diseased / No. of not diseased amongNo. of diseased / No. of not diseased among exposedexposed No. of diseased / No. of not diseased amongNo. of diseased / No. of not diseased among non–exposednon–exposed
  16. 16. 1616 Cases Control Total Exposure a(diseased) b(not diseased) A+b No exposure c(diseased) d(not diseased) C+d a+c b+d A+b+ c+d Design OR= ad/bc
  17. 17. 1717 Past sugery Cases HCV+VE Control HCV -VE Total YES 30 20 50 No 70 180 250 100 200 300 EXAMPLE CALCULATE: OR= ad/bc
  18. 18. 1818 Answer
  19. 19. OR=30X180 / 20X70=3.6OR=30X180 / 20X70=3.6 1919 Interpret ????Interpret ????
  20. 20. Exercise1:Exercise1: In a case control study to investigate the associationIn a case control study to investigate the association between oral contraceptive use & hypertension, howbetween oral contraceptive use & hypertension, how to quantify the risk from the table below:to quantify the risk from the table below: Feedback1:Feedback1: Odds Ratio=Odds Ratio= 32x15 =32x15 = 1.331.33 8x458x45 hypertensivehypertensive normotensivenormotensive totaltotal CP usersCP users 1515 4545 6060 Non usersNon users 88 3232 4040 totaltotal 2323 7777 100100
  21. 21. Exercise 2:Exercise 2: In a case control study to investigate the associationIn a case control study to investigate the association between oral contraceptive use & occurrence ofbetween oral contraceptive use & occurrence of rheumatoid arthritis. From the table below. Whatrheumatoid arthritis. From the table below. What measure will be used to quantify risk?measure will be used to quantify risk? Feedback2:Feedback2: Odds ratioOdds ratio ad/bcad/bc because:-because:- - Case-control studyCase-control study-- unpaired qualitative data.unpaired qualitative data. - We have distribution of numbers.We have distribution of numbers. - OROR=0.44 Interpret.=0.44 Interpret. rheumatoidrheumatoid freefree totaltotal usersusers 4040 120120 160160 Non usersNon users 6060 8080 140140 totaltotal 100100 200200 300300
  22. 22. Exercise 3:-Exercise 3:- In a cohort study to test major ECG abnormalitiesIn a cohort study to test major ECG abnormalities as a risk factor for death from coronary heartas a risk factor for death from coronary heart disease (CHD), How to quantify risk & interpret itdisease (CHD), How to quantify risk & interpret it from the table below:-from the table below:- Feedback 3:Feedback 3: Relative risk because:-Relative risk because:- - cohort study.cohort study. - We can calculate incidenceWe can calculate incidence - RRRR= 2.45 .= 2.45 . Interpret.Interpret. ARAR= .= . Interpret.Interpret. Death fromDeath from CHDCHD No death fromNo death from CHDCHD totaltotal ECG abnormalityECG abnormality 88 3939 4747 No ECG abnormalityNo ECG abnormality 1010 134134 144144 totaltotal 1818 173173 191191
  23. 23. Exercise 4:-Exercise 4:- In a case-control study to test the exposure toIn a case-control study to test the exposure to ionizing radiation as a risk factor for leukemia,ionizing radiation as a risk factor for leukemia, can you quantify risk & interpret it from the tablecan you quantify risk & interpret it from the table below:-below:- Feedback 4:Feedback 4: Odds ratio ad/bc because:-Odds ratio ad/bc because:- - Case-control studyCase-control study - OR= 2 . Interpret.OR= 2 . Interpret. leukemialeukemia No leukemiaNo leukemia totaltotal Exposed to radiationExposed to radiation 7575 6060 135135 Non exposed toNon exposed to radiationradiation 2525 4040 6565 totaltotal 100100 100100 200200
  24. 24. Exercise 5:Exercise 5: A cohort study was doneA cohort study was done to prove associationto prove association between zinc deficiencybetween zinc deficiency and stunted growth inand stunted growth in infants.infants. Calculate relative risk andCalculate relative risk and attributable risks of zincattributable risks of zinc deficiency on growthdeficiency on growth Stunted growth Normal growth Total Zinc def 30 20 50 Normal zinc 10 40 50 40 60 100 Feed back RR= 30/50= 3 , AR= 60%-20%= 40% 10/50Interpretation of AR: Infants with zinc def were 3 times as likely to develop stunted growth than among infants With normal Zinc intake Interpretation of AR: zinc def increases risk of stunted growth by 0.4 (40%) than infants with normal Zinc intake
  25. 25. Exercise 6:Exercise 6: In a case control study toIn a case control study to find relation betweenfind relation between hypertension & diabetes,hypertension & diabetes, findings were as shown.findings were as shown. What is the measure canWhat is the measure can be used to calculate thebe used to calculate the risk of occurrence ofrisk of occurrence of hypertension beinghypertension being diabetic?diabetic? What is its value in thisWhat is its value in this study?study? Diabeti c Non diabeti c Total Hyperte nsion 30 10 40 Non hyperten sion 20 40 60 Total 50 50 10 0 Feedback OR= 30x40= 6 10x20

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